Diary

Diary Cu Jurnalul S U, Chuck Palahniuk, Cronicarul Tuturor Cosmarurilor Americii, A Stirnit Controverse Aprinse, Ajungind Fara Intirziere In Topul Bestsellerurilor Romanul O Are Ca Protagonista Pe Misty Wilmot, Fosta Studenta La Arte Frumoase, Al Carei Sot Zace In Coma Pe Patul Unui Spital, Dupa Ce A Incercat Sa Se Sinucida Intoarsa Pe Insula Waytansea, Misty Se Vede Redusa La Meseria De Chelnerita In Restaurantul Unui Hotel Cind Din Casele Pe Care Le Redecora Peter Incep Sa Dispara Incaperi Si Pe Pereti Se Ivesc Mesaje Neobisnuite, Izbucneste Un Adevarat Scandal Proprietarii Furiosi Intenteaza Proces Dupa Proces, Iar Misty Isi Vede Inca O Data Spulberat Visul De A Deveni Pictorita Dar, Parca Posedata De Spiritul Lui Maura Kincaid, O Artista Legendara, Misty Incepe Sa Picteze Febril Nu Cumva Talentul Ei Redescoperit Este Parte A Unui Plan Diabolic

Written in stolen moments under truck chassis and on park benches to a soundtrack of The Downward Spiral and Pablo Honey, Fight Club came into existence The adaptation of Fight Club was a flop at the box office, but achieved cult status on DVD The film s popularity drove sales of the novel Chuck put out two novels in 1999, Survivor and Invisible Monsters Choke, published in 2001, became Chuck

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 296 pages
  • Diary
  • Chuck Palahniuk
  • Romanian
  • 02 March 2018
  • 9789734648313

10 thoughts on “Diary

  1. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

  2. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

  3. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

  4. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

  5. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

  6. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

  7. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

  8. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

  9. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

  10. says:

    Liking Chuck Palahniuk s books must be akin to a Fear Factor challenge for most readers And sometimes I can t help but wonder, what if THAT is what exactly Palahniuk wants the readers to feel about his works Feel challenged by it, dislike it, feel disgusted or insulted by it all of these by hurling the naked truths of human nature to the face of people in the harshest possible way My first Palahniuk book is Choke, and I was sort of culture shocked when I read it a multitude of f bombs being dropped from heavenly heights, sexually explicit situations, bitter but truthful ruminations about life Completely different from the books I ve been reading and that s saying something because I usually go for the dark side of literature I thought Choke would already build my literary panoply when it comes to his works But I was wrong Diary might not lie on the opposite side of the spectrum when leveled with his other works, but it s a new account of insane despair that I m not really used to.Diary is a story about art,and, well, the crazy reality that most desperate people live It also tackles a Marxist concept but viewed from a strangely twisted angle It is written mostly in the second person point of view and in the format of a coma diary written by the female protagonist, Misty Wilmot There is no subtlety in Palahniuk s style of writing, and when what he writes stabs, it stabs straight to the heart and conscience It gets under your skin most of the time.I will not detail everything, but I just want to say that this is a satisfying read The Palahniuk flavor is exotic and dark, and it s the sort of taste that most readers will only refer to as poison If only everyone reads closely, the antidote to the venom of reality that Palahniuk presents in this work is also present right between the lines.

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